Website for T-Mobile's new pre-paid service, GoSmart Mobile, now live

Website for T-Mobile's new pre-paid service, GoSmart Mobile, now live
T-Mobile is planning on starting a new pre-paid wireless service called GoSmart Mobile. The website for the service is now live and reveals pricing as low as $30 for unlimited talk and text. With the $35 a month service you get unlimited talk and text with unlimited 2G browsing which the website calls an "appropriate" speed for browsing, email and social networking. The $45 a month plan gives you unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited web. The latter includes 5GB of what is being called high-speed internet, but is in reality just 3G speeds. Go over that cap and you're throttled down to 2G.

T-Mobile's new pre-paid service, GoSmart Mobile

T-Mobile's new pre-paid service, GoSmart Mobile

The only phone shown on the website is the Alcatel OT 838 for $69. The device has a dedicated Facebook button and a 2MP camera with video capture. A 2.4 inch screen and a physical QWERTY are some of the features of the device. Of course, you can bring your own phone to the carrier although BlackBerry units and micro-SIM devices will run with limited functionality. A SIM card kit is available for $8 if needed.

We have no details as to when the service will open for business, but we're sure that T-Mobile will give us a heads-up and we will pass that along to you. No thanks necessary, just doin' our job!

source: GoSmart via AndroidAuthority
The three price points for GoSmart Mobile

The three price points for GoSmart Mobile



1. Captain_Doug

Posts: 1037; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

$30 for unlimited talk and text is actually the best I have ever seen. Lets hope this works out.

2. android-lover

Posts: 3; Member since: Nov 07, 2012

t-mobile monthly 4g is a much better deal. $30 for 5 gigs of 4g plus unlimited messages and 100 minutes

3. techguy22

Posts: 227; Member since: Aug 09, 2012

Thats pretty good. im on simple mobile using my S3. i keep getting edge and i paid 40 bucks every months gonna switch to this next month

4. Droiddoes unregistered

LOL...pre paid...

7. housry23

Posts: 136; Member since: Jun 03, 2012

Why do you LOL prepaid? I used to pay Sprint $120 a month for horrid speed and spotty coverage but it was unlimited. I then switched to Verizon where I paid $104 a month for great speed(LTE) and great coverage except for in my house and was satisfied with everything but the price. Now I am on Straight Talk Bring Your Own Device plan and pay $49 after taxes for great coverage(at&t sim) and decent speeds. I bought a Nexus 4 at $380 after taxes. A while back I did the math between what I paid at VZW and the difference it would make using ST and paying full price for a phone against paying a subsidized price and the contract price. The difference was HUGE! Something like 1600 if I upgraded phones every 2 years and $900 if I upgraded every year. To me it's a no brainer. No contract, unlimited minutes, unlimited textand unlimited data for $45 a month. All I have to do is buy a phone at full price.

9. JunitoNH

Posts: 1946; Member since: Feb 15, 2012

Just curious, why the Lol at prepaid? Do you believe post paid accounts offers a better value? Because as of today, I have both, post and prepaid accounts, and I don't see any value in retaining Verizon account.

5. TheMan

Posts: 494; Member since: Sep 21, 2012

T-Mobile's clearly getting ready for MetroPCS coming on board and is likely doing this early to keep the defection rate to a minimum.

6. davidtb

Posts: 24; Member since: Aug 03, 2012

I'm getting an N4 soon, so I won't need 4G, but in the 518 area code T-mobile looks a little spotty, and I could find no 4G around. I hope it improves, we need more competition.

8. JunitoNH

Posts: 1946; Member since: Feb 15, 2012

Thank you anyway!!!! Is always good to have an inside source, you know to get a jump on things.

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